Adobe Not Developing Flash Player for Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)

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sfd0124

Woops, just installed Flash on my Nexus running Jelly Bean. Guess I should start looking out for "unpredictable behavior"

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Happy

Is HTML5 really that far along already? Is it really going to be ubiquitously in use here in the next 12-18 months?

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tony2tonez

Apple 2, Adobe 0.

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DeltaFIVEengineer

+1

Funny how the company that is always accused of not being an actual innovator is the one that somehow predicts the demise of the status quo.

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yu119995

Great. There goes my porn viewing.

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tony2tonez

+10 char. One of the reasons I didn't go with crapple.

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USraging

we are going to end up with another IE 8 incident, where you cant view some web sites because they are developed with the old standard. flash compatibility mode here we come!

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Zoandar

Maybe they can implement Flash on Blackberry 10.

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majorsuave

Cmon Adobe, keep up with Flash on Android, that is what separates us from the animals...

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jason2393

That's what I used to think, until I spent $500 on a Transformer Prime. Flash for Android is just one disappointment after another, and I always end up switching to my laptop for a better experience.

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Emgtek

So true ^

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Shadow Death

Not that much of a shocker really. I think they said the same thing about android 4.0 then changed their minds.

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